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CAM on PubMed
This is a direct link to the NLM's Pub Med subset of Complementary Medicine Literature. This database allows users to limit their searches only to Complementary Medicine resources and by pass the need to search the entire PubMed system. Don't forget to look at PubMed Central on the library's links for a list of the full text journals available free.

Cancer – PDQ Physicians Data Entry
NCI's comprehensive cancer database provides a wealth of information through an easy-to-use menu-driven system -- from basic lay level explanations on diagnoses and treatments to state-of-the-art therapeutic approaches to a registry of clinical trials (usually treatment studies) for specific diagnoses. It contains peer-reviewed summaries on cancer treatment, screening, prevention, genetics, and supportive care, and complementary and alternative medicine; a registry of approximately 2,000 open and 13,000 closed cancer clinical trials from around the world; and directories of physicians, professionals and organizations that provide cancer care

Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section - State of California
This website created by the State of California contains information on the California Nutrition Network, an interactive mapping application that provides geographical nutrition data in the State of California including the geographical location of state nutrition programs, health food stores, farmers markets, and restaurants. Links to various national and state nutrition and health organizations also appear on the website.

CancerLit
Select NCI's bibliographic literature database (CancerLIT) or cancer education publications.

CancerNet
The U.S. National Cancer Institute's web site includes a wide range of accurate, credible cancer information such as peer-reviewed statements on many different types of cancers for patients and detailed treatment statements for health care professionals, covering state-of-the-art care. It contains cancer fact sheets and other publications. All information is updated regularly, reviewed by oncology experts, and is based on current research.

CANHELP, Inc.
CANHELP, Inc. is a fee-based service that provides extensive, current, individualized information packets to cancer patients. Look at the Cancer Patient's Bill of Rights by the director of CANHELP, medical writer Patrick M. McGrady, Jr.

Cansearch Online Guide to Cancer Resources
From the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship; a guided tour designed to assist the inexperienced in finding sources on the Net to get to cancer resources quickly so they can find answers to their questions and become more informed patients and caretakers.

CDC Center for Disease Control
Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos
Centro para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Get up-to-date public health information on communicable diseases (e.g. hepatitis, AIDS, tuberculosis, etc.). Invaluable information can be obtained from the Traveler's Health section including travel advisories for specific geographic regions, disease outbreaks, risks and prevention strategies, plus immunization recommendations. Full-text access to Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), reports on communicable disease.

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) HIV AIDS Direct Links
This valuable site includes an A to Z list of information on HIV AIDS conditions and studies.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CMS is the federal agency, which administers the Medicare Program. This site provides authoritative information for consumers on Medicare benefits, resources and provider information.

CINAHL Full Text
CINAHL® with Full Text is the world's most comprehensive source of full text for nursing & allied health journals, providing full text for more than 610 journals indexed in CINAHL.

China Asia On Demand
China/Asia On Demand (CAOD)/Asia Document Delivery is an effective knowledge gateway to research materials from China in particular and Asia in general. It provides a powerful Web-based research, access and electronic information solution with unique searching and discovery capabilities. Documents can be retrieved in their original format including graphs and illustrations in a pay per-view manner or with a flat fee subscription. A wide range of journals (9,638 titles) (as of January 2011) can be accessed online. Millions of theses and dissertations, patents and conference proceeding papers can be requested. You can use the system to search for articles you may need. It is a pay per view system. Listed below are several modules of CAOD Services.

CAOD Journal List
The list includes various categories of journals by topic and A to Z

CAOD Chinese Medicine Journals
This subcomponent of CAOD covers Chinese Medicine Journals and is also arranged by A to Z

CAOD Traditional Chinese Medicine Journals
The full-text collection of the CAOD Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) contains the main journal titles in the field from China. The broad and unique collection of journals makes the collection an invaluable asset for Traditional Chinese Medicine research.

Clinical Trials
The U.S. National Institutes of Health, through its National Library of Medicine, has developed ClinicalTrials.gov to provide patients, family members and members of the public current information about clinical research studies. Before searching, you may want to learn more about clinical trials and more about this Web site.

ClinicalTrials.gov
Information on current clinical research studies: purpose, location and participants of trials.

Cochrane Library
Independent, high-quality, evidence for health care decision making. Access from the PCOM campus and library. Do Not Need to Login, just search and retrieve abstracts and full text. How to use? Go to Learn Tab or Tutorial section.

Cochrane CAM Fields
Cochrane CAM Reviews
The CAM- related reviews and protocols below are available in the Cochrane Library. Abstracts of the reviews can also be viewed free at the Collaboration's website. See links from the U of Maryland below for access. It was developed by the University of Maryland, Center for Integrative Medicine, through a $2.1 million NIH NCCAM grant.

The CAM-related Cochrane reviews and protocols below are available in The Cochrane Library. Abstracts of the reviews can be viewed at no charge at the Collaboration's website. Click here.

The list of reviews below is alphabetical. For a list organized by CAM topics, you can go to http://www.cochrane.org/reviews/en/subtopics/22.html and browse by subtopics. On this website the reviews are also linked to summaries and abstracts free of charge.

Cochrane Collaboration -Top 50 Cochrane Reviews
The Cochrane Collaboration, established in 1993, is an international network of more than 28,000 dedicated people from over 100 countries. We work together to help health care providers, policy-makers, patients, their advocates and carers, make well-informed decisions about health care, based on the best available research evidence, by preparing, updating and promoting the accessibility of Cochrane Reviews – over 4,600 so far, published online in The Cochrane Library.

Chinese Medicine Specimen Database
This database was established by Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and the Library to promote awareness of the variety, authenticity, and effective use of CM.

Consumer Product Safety Commission Home Page
The Consumer Product Safety Commission, an independent U.S. Federal regulatory agency, works to reduce the risks of injury or death from consumer products by issuing and maintaining safety standards, educating the public, issuing recalls, and research.

Coping with DisastersConsumer Health Information from MEDLINE PLUS

 

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